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EP1 Bob Newhart Jan 18, 2021

Conan welcomes guest Bob Newhart.

EP2 Aubrey Plaza Jan 19, 2021

Conan Welcomes Aubrey Plaza

EP3 Max Greenfield Jan 20, 2021

Conan welcomes Max Greenfield

EP4 Rachel Brosnahan Jan 21, 2021

Conan welcomes Rachel Brosnahan

EP5 Nicole Byer Jan 25, 2021

Conan welcomes Nicole Byer

EP6 Jason Segel Jan 26, 2021

Conan welcomes Jason Segel

EP7 George Wallace Jan 27, 2021

Conan welcomes George Wallace

EP8 Phoebe Dynevor Jan 28, 2021

Conan welcomes Phoebe Dynevor

EP9 Jay Baruchel Feb 01, 2021

Conan welcomes Jay Baruchel

EP10 Mike Birbiglia Feb 02, 2021

Conan welcomes Mike Birbiglia

EP11 Kyra Sedgwick Feb 03, 2021

Conan welcomes Kyra Sedgwick

EP12 Bryan Cranston Feb 04, 2021

Conan welcomes Bryan Cranston

EP13 Wanda Sykes Feb 22, 2021

Conan welcomes Wanda Sykes

EP14 Colin Quinn Feb 23, 2021

Conan welcomes Colin Quinn

EP15 Ted Danson Feb 24, 2021

Conan welcomes Ted Danson

EP16 Kevin James Feb 25, 2021

Conan welcomes Kevin James

EP17 Chris Gethard Mar 01, 2021

Conan welcomes Chris Gethard

EP18 Randall Park Mar 02, 2021

Conan welcomes Randall Park

EP19 Lauren Cohan Mar 03, 2021

Conan welcomes Lauren Cohan

EP20 Paul Bettany Mar 04, 2021

Conan welcomes Paul Bettany

EP21 Fortune Feimster Mar 08, 2021

Conan welcomes Fortune Feimster

EP22 Ron Funches Mar 09, 2021

Conan welcomes Ron Funches

EP23 Chris “Ludacris” Bridges Mar 10, 2021

Conan welcomes Chris “Ludacris” Bridges

EP24 Anthony Anderson Mar 11, 2021

Conan welcomes Anthony Anderson

EP25 Kenan Thompson Mar 15, 2021

Conan welcomes Kenan Thompson

EP26 Louie Anderson Mar 16, 2021

Conan welcomes Louie Anderson

EP27 Joel McHale Mar 17, 2021

Conan welcomes Joel McHale

EP28 Will Forte Apr 05, 2021

Conan welcomes Will Forte

EP29 Nikki Glaser Apr 06, 2021

Conan welcomes Nikki Glaser

EP30 Lil Rel Howery Apr 07, 2021

Conan welcomes Lil Rel Howery

EP31 Baratunde Thurston Apr 08, 2021

Conan welcomes Baratunde Thurston

EP32 Steven Yeun Apr 12, 2021

Conan welcomes Steven Yeun

EP33 Jeffrey Dean Morgan Apr 13, 2021

Conan welcomes Jeffrey Dean Morgan

EP34 Howie Mandel Apr 14, 2021

Conan welcomes Howie Mandel

EP35 Russell Brand Apr 15, 2021

Conan welcomes Russell Brand

EP36 Nasim Pedrad May 03, 2021

Conan welcomes guest Nasim Pedrad

EP37 Gal Gadot May 04, 2021

Conan welcomes Gal Gadot

EP38 Flula Borg May 05, 2021

Conan welcomes Flula Borg

EP39 W. Kamau Bell May 06, 2021

Conan welcomes W. Kamau Bell

EP40 Sean Hayes May 10, 2021

Conan welcomes Sean Hayes

EP41 Michelee Buteau May 11, 2021

Conan welcomes Michelee Buteau

EP42 Lisa Kudrow May 12, 2021

Conan welcomes Lisa Kudrow

EP43 Andy Cohen May 13, 2021

Conan welcomes Andy Cohen

EP44 Timothy Olyphant May 17, 2021

Conan welcomes Timothy Olyphant

EP45 Deon Cole May 18, 2021

Conan welcomes Deon Cole

EP46 Charles Barkley May 19, 2021

Conan welcomes Charles Barkley

EP47 Bill Burr May 20, 2021

Conan welcomes Bill Burr

EP48 Don Cheadle Jun 07, 2021

Conan welcomes Don Cheadle

EP49 Sarah Silverman Jun 08, 2021

Conan welcomes Sarah Silverman

EP50 Kevin Nealon Jun 09, 2021

Conan welcomes Kevin Nealon

EP51 Tig Notaro Jun 10, 2021

Conan welcomes Tig Notaro

EP52 Patton Oswalt Jun 14, 2021

Conan welcomes Patton Oswalt

EP53 Martin Short Jun 15, 2021

Conan welcomes Martin Short

EP54 JB Smoove Jun 16, 2021

Conan welcomes JB Smoove

EP55 Mila Kunis Jun 17, 2021

Conan welcomes Mila Kunis

EP56 Bill Hader Jun 21, 2021

Conan welcomes Bill Hader

EP57 Seth Rogen Jun 22, 2021

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EP58 Dana Carvey Jun 23, 2021

Conan welcomes Dana Carvey

EP59 Jack Black Jun 24, 2021

Conan welcomes Jack Black
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Released: 08 November 2010 Returning Series
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Riccardo Verdi I'll have to open with a simple statement, Conan is the King of Late Night. This is a man who's been on the air for more than two decades, with a career spanning from writing for The Simpsons to hosting the Emmys, twice. The show follows of course the historical talk show format, but that's about the only conventional thing about it. On TBS I feel Conan's much more free to experiment and to express himself, not always to critical acclaim, but certainly to great amusement, showcasing ridiculous gags and segments that often involve cheap costumes, fake infomercials, and props. Guests are varied, and unlike The Tonight Show, it's not the usual A-listers with boring stories about their dog or diet. While Conan's historical reputation still attracts movie stars to TBS, guests are usually the more interesting middle tier of actors with stronger followings but less popularity. While on most talk shows people tune in for the guest, Conan is one of the few programs where I tune in for the host. Many times I won't even know who the person being interviewed is, but Conan's effortless humor makes it worth my while to stick around. His signature style is foolish and self deprecating, but no part of it is dumb. Conan is silly comedy for non silly people, fighting the American standard of Roasts and fake laughter (Cough, Jimmy) with original, heartfelt jokes that aren't shy of hitting back at the jokester. One overarching reason I'd give to watch this show, beyond the host's intelligence and humor, is that Conan is a class act. Throughout the years I've seen him pay tribute and homage to many comedians, actors and celebrities, and every single time I believed him. If he mourned the death of a colleague, it was because he cared about it, not because it would bring ratings to the network, and that's especially clear in many instances where he paid tribute to comedy greats who the major talk show hosts couldn't care less about like Sid Caesar or Garry Shandling. When Letterman played his last show, Conan told his viewers to switch to his channel and record his slot for later. He's a man of character, which is very hard to come by in Hollywood.If I could boil down three reasons to watch this show they'd be its wit, its humor and the lovable Andy Richter.
TheyCallMeMrGibbs I'll admit-I love watching late night talk shows. My average bedtime last year was 2 AM just because I wanted to stay up and watch them all. Personally, my favorite is Craig Ferguson, who just seems so spontaneous and genuine. I like Leno because I'm a traditionalist. I can't stand Letterman, or Paul Shaffer (who knew you could shave a parrot and teach it to be your bandleader). Kimmel is OK, but does he have to keep looking at Cleto to get a laugh? And now we get to Conan.In my opinion, this tonight show conflict is total bulls**t. Don't blame Jay Leno, don't blame Conan, blame the executives at NBC. Plus people, is it really a stab in the back if you're given $45 million to walk away? All business aside, I'll admit I watch Conan out of sympathy. I always hope that one night Conan will have jokes flying this way and this day I'm still hoping. True, Conan does occasionally tell a good joke or two, but that's it. Now I'm not saying Conan O'Brien isn't funny. Indeed, when I saw him on Inside the Actor's Studio he was hilarious. He was being himself! Conan the show does not equal the wit and humanity of Conan the man. When I watch Conan, I always get this feeling that Conan would rather be anywhere but there. He always appears nervous, and his self-deprecation and weird bumpkin dances do more to enhance his stick-bug physique than his comedic talent. His mad scientist voices are just, well, weird. His interviews are awkward, mainly because of this nervousness. Any transition to another question is a very sad-sounding "um." To add evidence to this assumption of Conan's anxiety, I'll recount to you an episode where Conan had a martial arts expert as a guest. When the stunts required Conan to take his jacket off, he revealed his underarms, which were drenched in sweat. I'm no comedian (professionally), but I always learned that one of the top 10 rules of a comedian is that they should never laugh at their own jokes more than the audience. Evidently Conan left the rulebook back in New York, because he does it all the time. My mother stated, and I would have to agree, that Conan looked better with bangs. Now it looks like the Lorax is living on his head. Andy Richter doesn't help either. Again, probably a very decent, humble man, but not fit for the comedic podium. Still, a sight better than Paul "I'll just repeat what Dave said so it's funny" Shaffer. I rate Conan a 7 out of 10. Truth be told, it should be a 6, but I really feel bad for Conan. The show's format and expectations of the audience don't allow him to be himself, a genuinely funny man. He is a better man than a talk-show host, but unfortunately, you don't get paid to be a decent man. It's not my favorite late-night show. Still, I'll watch it just to hope. Hang in there Conan.
briangcb I have been a huge Conan fan going on ten years now. Ever since I was in high school and I started watching Late Night. He pretty much had me in stitches every night. The only time I'd check out the competition was if Conan was a repeat, yet I never felt the others really matched up to him.When Leno announced that he would be giving the Tonight Show to Conan to avoid any confusion as to who was going to succeed Leno, I had a lot of respect for him doing that. (and I could never stand Leno) So then Conan gets the Tonight show and Leno precedes him with a poorly thought out prime time show. We all know what happened next so I won't bore you with the details. I like most people, completely sided with Conan and felt awful that my favourite TV personality was getting a raw deal.But now Conan is back and it has been close to a year since his new show started airing. I have to admit the first two weeks seemed a bit shaky. Almost like all that was going through Conan's mind was "I don't feel like I should be back on the air. What's going to happen this time?" and I'd say a good chunk of the monologue jokes for the first two weeks were taking jabs at NBC and so on. It was expected of course but it got very tedious and sounded much more like bitterness and complaining and by the end of the first week I was getting sick of hearing it. I kept watching however, remaining hopeful and sure enough, once they got over the initial jitters things started improving greatly, Conan seemed comfortable in his new digs and was back to his old self, almost with a new found confidence that he doesn't have to worry about pleasing anybody but without the arrogance that would lead to laziness. Andy is also much funnier too. I have to admit that I didn't really like him on The Tonight Show (I started watching Conan after Andy had been gone for a while) so my only impressions of him were from Tonight Show and he wasn't really allowed to do much except pipe in with a stupid joke from his podium. Just seemed forced and annoying. Yet now that he's back to his co-hosting duties, I can see why Conan and him are best friends. They have great chemistry and Andy is just as funny as Conan.While it sucks that Conan had to get screwed over, and that the two-faced, giant-jawed Leno is still allowed to keep the Tonight Show; I must say I like Conan's new show much better than the Tonight Show. While Conan vowed he would not change his style of gags and skits on Tonight show, it was clear he was forced to tone it down and now on TBS Conan seems to have free reign to do the show how he wants and I will continue to watch!
sanarg What is a guy from Argentina doing, reviewing this red haired freak talk show? Good question. I got to know Conan in 1996, thanks to an overseas life I was living, somewhere in Europe. I didn't speak that land's language but I did understand somehow a little English. So, I had no option. Gotta watch cable. MTV, NBC... Then one night I saw this weird guy (it came right after the funny looking guy with the big chin). I think his hair hypnotized me. I spent one year living there, and, seriously, I didn't have the best of times, I was only 17, far away from my family and culture, without the ability to speak or understand well, but every night Conan got me laughing. And every night it worked. Conan was actually important for me and when I came back to Argentina I missed the show. Internet wasn't such a useful tool those days (almost 15 years ago). Years later, a cable channel here started to show some Late Night with Conan O Brien and I was the happiest man on earth but then, like just one or two months after it started, BAM, Late Night was over because Conan was going to replace Leno. What the! I was so angry. Late Night was perfect and I didn't think Conan needed to do that. He is different to the other "important" talk show hosts and that is what we all like about him. I lost track of his new show and a couple of weeks ago I saw this funny image of Conan and an Owl and the TBS logo... Now, thanks to the internet, I'm watching his new show. I'm aware of what happened and I think it's sad that NBC did what it did and I have to say Leno I don't like your chin anymore and I'm so glad Conan's hair is still red and moves like a salsa dancer. I also watched his goodbye speech on youtube and I think Conan was a gentleman and I loved that. I've seen all the shows, with the moving moon and Tom Hanks getting wet and stuff and it all makes me feel so good, like when I was 17 (I'm 31 now) and I needed company and a good laugh. Thanks Conan. I'm also amazed with the quality of guests he's having. TBS, take care of him (and off course of his sidekick Andy... and the band... and I do miss Max Weinberg). Please excuse my poor English... no wonder, I learned it with TV and CoCo.EDIT: I just want to add that's been 2 years since I did this review. I watch now the show every day on my Ipod, while doing a 1 hour bus ride to work... And I get there smiling. Thanks again Conan!